Hawaii glass artist Daniel Moe lives with his family in Kalapana, on the Big Island, just a few miles away from the active Kilauea volcano and the blue waters of the Pacific. Hawaii’s infinite beauty and rich culture is the muse and source of inspiration for Daniel’s vessels and sculptures.
Ulu, the Hawaiian name for breadfruit, was one of the few sustenance plants that early Polynesians brought to the Hawaiian Islands. It never quite became a staple food in Hawai’i (Taro played that role). Even so, the immense usefulness of ulu to islanders made the tree a symbol of Hawai’i nei.</p> <p>Daniel says, “I fell in love with glass as a medium to express my love and connection to nature. When I approach glass in its fluid state, I feel as if this connection is enhanced. Tuning into this sacred space, allows me to understand the link between the earth elements and my own.”
11.5inch H x 12.5 inch D
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